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o O TKHMB, VAIU IN AUVANUK, SOnoTenr 81.00 O ItlglitMonllis J00n 5 BlxMonths 78 J 8If not l'altl ln Advnncc, o W2.00 n Yoar. O ooooooooocs oooeooooooo PpnpCWANT A I.'VK 5; , Si'Ai'iiii, T11K7 "WATCHMAN" 18 nr oni r O rOHLlSIIKIIFOKHl-IJpi h o o T111' o ooooeocooooeoo VOL. 94.-484:9. MONTPELIER, VT. WEDNESDAY MARCII 22, 1899. NUMBER 12 L. P. & H. C. New Dress Goods, and Novelties for Are Now Open M FURNITURE DEALERS, Are now receiving their Spring Line of BABY CARRIACES PB.IOES LOW. 89 Main Street, Montpelier, Vt. Ap. 15 d and w When You Paint, Use MONARCH PAINT. It will Cost You No Rflore. It is IVlore Durable than Lead and Oil. It is guarantted entirely free from Water, Benzine, Barytis, Whiting or other adulturation. It is the Best Paint Sold. We stand by the above. F. BLArcCHARD & CO. FOR SALE! A. D. FARWELL It Needs No Recommend From Us. OSTEOPATHY DEFINED. Tho science of trcutlng (lieeasQ throiu'h a tochnical tnanipulation by which tho oporator intolligently dirccts the inhorent rccupora tive reaources within the body itself to tho restoration of health. It rcsta upon tho thcory that every diacased condition not due to a speciflc poiaon ia tracoablo to eomo ruechanical dlaorder, which, if corrected, will nllow Nature to rcsume her porfect work. E. E. BEEMAN, D. O., Craduate of the American School of Osteopathy and A. T. Still Infirmatory at Klrksville, Wlo., IS PERNIANENTLY LOCATED AT 64 State Street. Montpelier, Vt. OFFICE HOUIIS. Monday, Tuesday.Thuraday and Friday, 8 to 12; lto4. Saturday 0:30 to 12, Sunday, Wodnosday and Saturday r. m. excepted. Apr. 18 PAINT! PAINT! S4 rlnn haa come, and nowis Uie tlrae to purchuae PAINT BRUSHES, GLASS, INSIDE FINISH. O iiuythiug in tlii' line of L'aintis' Snpiili a, nnd whcn you do re member to call on AHBOTT & KAILEY for Heat Goods and Beat Prices. Alao bcar in min 1 thut we mr liuinhjuu rtora for Lime, Nails ABBOTT & BAILEY, Succcssors to Coo. C. Pratt, 81 Main Street. Montpelier, Vt. GLEASON Silks, Trimmings Spring for Inspection. C. Gleason. and Cement ! rUBLIBHUII KVKUr WKDMEBDA.Y By The Vermont Watchman Company, At Montpelier. Vt. L KU ISLATl VK SOUYEN III NOW HKADY FOU DELIVEUY. ContiihiH n I'ortrnitof Kvorr Ilemborof tho l.i'Klnlaluro nnil Slnln (Jiivernmelit, Clvll niiil Mllltnrj-, Ilonrrin, CnmmlHsloni), otc, 1808-00, wlth lilosrnphlcnl hltotchcs; I'ottralts or DowcyiindCliirk, niul Cutsnf tliclr 1'iimouB llnttlpnlilpB; IMuny lliti r rstlne Vlews of tlio Stato Houao, etc., eto. Tho Sodvknir of tli Vbumont Statb Govkunmknt, lu all I'h de nrtuieiits, clvll and mllitRry, publlsl o I liy tho Vkumont Watchman Companv, i' now roady for dollverv. Tho Souvkniii Is a work of koiuo 200 pages. li. contalnB over 300 half-tonn euta of State Olllcors, Senators unil Itopresent atives, tlio Supreuio Court Judges, Ver mont deloiatiou lu Congreas, tffioera of Seuu'o aud Houae of Hepresentatlves, tho uiilltary staff, boards and coinmhsions, etc. etc, all artlstlcally grouped, prlnted on fluo ooated paper auil haudsotuely bound. It contalus, alao, flne portralta of Ver mont's sallor heroes, Dowey aml Clark, and the fauious warBhlps, Olympla anil OreRon. A now portralt of tho lato lamonteil Sana tor Morrlll is also atnouR tbo lllUHtratlona, and many Interostlng vlews of tho Stato House, from tho orlRlnal edifico to tho ex latlnfc structure, Ita classlc porllco, euabrao lnc a atrlklug vlow of Maad'a colobrated Btatuo of Ethan Allen, tho halU of legisla ttou, etc, etc. To persons wbo aro connected wlth tho State gornrnment in any capacity, and to Vermonters generally, thls SonvBNia Is an interestins and valuablo tneniento of tho Capltol, and tho mon who mako and admtn iater tho lawH of tbe Qrcen Monntatn State. Prlce, heavy llexible covarB, a deslrable and attractlvo blndinR, 82.00 Clothbound, 2 50 Unslncss Mcro Mcntlon. C. K. SnKPARD, auctlonoer, Marshfield, Vt. Give ynur baiy froHh air and buy a babv carriaRO to take It out in. Johonnotts & Uall Imvo tliem. aee ailveriiHeniout. Fahu for Salk wlthln ten mloutes walk the vlllage. Will keep ton cows. Has a mtlk route. WIbIi to sell on account of leavlng town, AddreBS or call on Vt. w. , Miuaru, waterbnry. Dr. BnLL's Couou Syrup cures tbe tnost stuliborn conghe, colda anil Iuuk a0ectlona. Evim Incipiunt consnmption has been mic reHBfnlly cured by thls raarvelom remedy. Suftorers wtll obtaln rellef aftor a few doed, O.nk dollar will btiy one of tho bust onntain pens in the tnarket at tho Daiit Iocunal ofllce. Every pnn warrauted. Will last for years. Fluo gold. To thb Pddlio. We aro authorized to RUarantce every bottle ol Uhamberlaln's Uoiicu Koniedy to uo us ropresc nted anu u not satlBfactory after two-tbirds of tho con tenta liavo been used, will refnud tho inoney to tho purchaaer. Thero Is uo bt ter tuediclue mado for la erlppi-, coldH and wbooplng coufih. Pricp, 25 and 50o pr bot tlo. Try it. O. Blakely, W. E. Terrill & Co. The TeniplB-McCuen Compiny are tolltrifr in thls Ihbuo of tho Watchman, tho Mont- nelierand uoleliDorlnecoiuujuultlfBot ladles KOiuething about BpiiuR atocks of dry goods. McKannon Iiros. & Co., Burlington, olTor for the month of Match a Inrgo lot of or Rans "to rent until pahl for." Siethefirm's udvenlsoment in this puper. No hcaltby perBon nod fear any dunfjor- oiiH conafqUHnofB irom an artack: ot la grippu if properly troaird. It. is luuch tho samu m a severo cold ud r qmri'B preclsely tho satuo treattneni. UHinain qutotly at horao and tuko Ohaubcrlalu'B Couch Knrn- edy aa dtrecled for a severo cold and a prompt autl couipiote recnvery ls tue to follow. For salo by O. Blakely, W. E. Terrill & Co. Prepark rott 8prinq. Don't lot thls seanon overtaKo you UbMni you liave at- toudi-d to tho iuiportaut duty of purifvius yotir blood i'h Hood's Saisiparilla. By taklnR tuis mmiicine now you nay Bave BicknesH that will meau tiiun and mouoy aa wull aH BUtrorlnc latur on. lioou s barsapa- rilla will Rivo you rlch red blood, good ap- petlte, pnoii iiiRfBtiou anu a soumi, nuaitny body. It ia tho Rreatc-Bt and beat spriuR mediulue becaiiHo it is the One True Blood Purlflor. Ita uutqualled record of marvel ous curea haa won for it tbe coutldmico of tbo whole people. Do vou want anythinir in tbe line ol drnea and medicinea no uiatter wbat? If io call on Fred A. Ain8wortb, proprietor of the new Willlamatow druR-Btore, on Depot itrjet, one door east of J. K. Lynde'B atoro II, percnance, uo tnay not uave exaciiy wiiat ;ou deslre, bo will alm to supnly it in the bortest posaiblo timo. If good gooda and honest prices and aquare dealing will do it, ho ia bonnd to aocure a fair sbare of puhlio patronaRo. BewinR-macblne aupplies and a popular llno of atatlonery aro apecialtles. Givn hlm a call. D0B8 COFFKK AORBB WlTtt YOO? If not, drlnk Qrain-O mado from puro crains. A ladv writes: "Tho flrat tlmo I made Gralu-0 I dld not like It but aftnr uslng it for ouo week uothlnc would induco mo to ro back to coffee." It nourlBhea and feeda tho Byitem. Tho children can drlnk it reely wlth Rreat bonetit. It ls thoatrenKth enitiR aubatanco of pure Rralna. Get a pickage to-day from your Rrocer, follow the dlractioiiB in makiuR it and you will havo a dolicious and healthful table berer bro for old and younR. Fifteon centa and twt'nty.fivo centa. Tho Gliaaou dry Rooda eatabllshment. week by wi-ek will bo dixplayinR tho nov- olH- ol t'Hi Boaaon in ury rooiIh, and lu tbo articles that inako iiii tho laici Btouk of Roods carriod by tbia tlrm. Watch for their advrtiBetnenta in tbo varloua Uauos of thls paper, ladios, and If ytm do not llnd what you deslre jon will bo bard, indeod, to piuasu. I). B. Wlieatley ls n namo Ioiir nNsoolatod wlth tho dry cooda trado of Montnollor. Mr. Wheatley'a tasto and iiidRinont atock hU shelvuB wlth oveiythliiR doar to tho fomminn heart. If you want somothlnR bo has not antlclpatHil, lio will Rot it for you. Ijook ovor tbo lnduceinenta he offers lu thU insuo of thls paper and koop your eyo ou hia auvttrtiHtJuieuia in tno lutuie. Dr. E 10 Bouiii'iii lim reOBiitly lo'urnfcd Irom lurKHVimi, tlio Mocoa ol UIh jirotof bIoii, from frt'sh contaot wlth tho hest and Utest knowlodpo niiil praotluo lu tbo Buiuiicii nf osteopathy. Tho il'ictor has lnon boiuo tlmo t'HtabllBhod iu Moiitpdler, Imt ho fBi is ubln now to rIvo bts p itluiita tho troatmmi' most approved by bis sohnol of praotico, ui d wmch is found to bo in ist 8iicuo(it . Seo hU advertlsotuont ln thls pipor for par ttculara aa to liouru and (or othor liitonm -tlon. MONTPELIER AND VICINITY. J.OOAl, HAl'VKKlSas, Tho sprliiR torm at tLo Monlpollur Sotn inary oponod Tuojday. W. E. Torrlll & Co., aro ropalnting the Intorior of their druR atoro, Tho Indnstrlal School haa takon a vacn tlon until Ga'urday, Aprll 8. Tlio Capltal Klocttio Company la wlrlng 0. II. Burry's Iioubo lor electrlu llghtB. Kov. N. M, Bhaw will occtipy the pulplt ot tho Congregatlonal churcli at Itozbury on Sunday. J. L. Shorey ia to ro floon to Klrksvlllo, Mo , whero ho ls to t,ako a courso of stud; in ostoopathy. Mary Parker, dauRhtor of Mrs. J. B. Parker, diod Monday foronoon at bor homo on Winooski street. Bertrani, son of G. B. Walton, wont Mon day to Jericho where ho is to particlpato ln tho Joys of BimaritiR. CiiurloH Booth bas purchaBod of Don H. Dodee a bulldiUR lot on Pluasant atreut lu tbo anuoxed diatrict. C. II. Fuller nont to New York Saturday night and will ro from thuro to hls new liomu iu IIuutiiiRton, Pa. Tho dato of tho Douahuo O'Neil wreat llug match bas agalu beou po.itpjuod until Thurday evt-nlng, April 20. Ilmry W. Goodrich bas sold to Mrs. M. Jonnlo Dunwoodio tho Wootlard houao on upper Main street for 81,000. The Hethany Christan Endnavor Society will hold a "Conumdrum Soclul'' in tho chapel Weduesday oveiiing. Mrs. Harriot Eaton of Cherryfleld, Maine, a aistor of Dr. K. h Cleaves, Is expcctod thia aftornoon fora short viclt. Langilon Sahroeder, who has been vlsiilng in the clty for a few days, retnrnrd Monday morniuR to bis liome iu Now York. A "Lihrary Soclal" will be hold In Trin Ity church veatry Wedneaday ovoulng un der the ausplcea of tha Epwortb Leaguo. Mlas Cora Gilletto arrlveil Monday even ing from Washlngtou, D. 0., for au oxtoud td vlsit. Sho is at preseut at the RlverBide. Hon. W. P. Dllllngham will bo tho Ruest of tho Young Meu's Hepuhlican Club of Bellows Falla ou Tuetday evening, Marcb 28. Soveral slelghloada of gypfies landed on Hajmarkot Squaro Tuosday, Iu ono ol tbo alelgha wus a colt ubout threo montha old. Elwin C. Holmna hasllaiahed work in the fouudry of the Lane Mauufacturing Coua pany and haa moved to hls farin In Wood bury. Fred Wilder, ono of tbe young mon con victed of lutoxicatiou iu clty court. Friday aftornoon, has pald hls fluo of 820 81 and Iibb been released from jall. MrB. Etnirm Paul will address tho Splrlt uallsts iu Grand Artuy linll, Opera Iioubo block, nnxt HutidBy at elevon o'clock a. m., aud at 2.30 r M. All are cordially invitod to attend. The members of the prlmary department of the BaptiBt Sunday-BChool haye Juat pre sented tlio church wlth a boautiful braaa atand wlth onyx top which they earncd by Belllng soap. Tbo Brooka & Berry house and lot, No. 4 Putnam atreot, was sold Saturdav througb tho real estate agency of M-irtiu W. Wheel ock to Mattbow J. and Annlo E. Doyle. Considoratlon about 83,200. Tho curreut nutnber of Tlic New Volce contalna a two-pago illustrated story of "The Gonesis of Admlral Dewey," which contalns aeveral auecdotea of Georgo Do vey's boyhood bitherto unpnbllahed. Tho baakot, ball game hotween the God dard and Company II teams, played iu tho Ariuory Friday evening, was not largoly atteudod. It resulted in a victory for the iatter team by a Bcoro of ten to b!x. Miss Cutherlno Smith is expected homo fro J Jackaon, Miuh., about the flrat of May Sho will ho uccouipauied by Mrs. Charloa E. Wilsou, her (.Ister, who will Bpeud tho BUtntner In Montpelier. Mlldred, the little dauRhter of T. It. Mer rill, was takou wlth couvulsious lato on Monduy aftornoon and dld uot regalu con flclouauess uutll thls morning. Thls aftor noon sho is reported tnoro comfortutilo. Hev. 0. E. Ordway of Windsor ia to preach iu tho Church of tho Monsiah noxt Sunday, exchat Ing wlth Uov. J. E. Wrlght. Mr. Ordway will alsu couduct tho nervlces in thn Morso scbool-homo, East Montpelier, at 2:15 p. M. Mrs. E. A. Nutt was aummonod to Bur lington Monday morning to nad testimouy takeu by her iu Chittenden Cuuuty court Iu Drcjinber 1897, in tbo case of Iiuut against Hacon, in wlilrti tno Huprcmo uourt re verscd tho dociaiou uud Heut it back for a new trial. Tho naronts of youug Glbbs, who recently married Evolyu Buriis lu Boston, liavo taken hlm to hls homo in Burlington, leav ing hls wlfo ln Boston. The youtti was not of age, and itisreputnd that bis parenta will attemptto annul themarriageor secure a dlvoico for lilin. C. S. Whittier haa at hia market u novol contrlvance lu tho way of au v xtenalou lad dnr for the nse of ilreinen, It is ho arrang ed that It can be lengtheued to tbo desired lenuth automatlcally, retaiuiug its posltlon tlrmly, aud can bo lowered by slmply ro leaaing a apring. Lornti Friond has purchised of Francls un I Margaret Leslio for 81,100 their resi denco ou upper Main atreot. Mr. Friend hiiB just completed a long torm of service us naKer in ino u. li. uross oun uaxery, II o coutetnplates engaglug lu thogeneral trucklng buaineas. The now pasaenEor enclne "A. F, Sort- well" built for tho Montpelier and Wells River rallroad at the sbopa ot tbe Man chester LocoTiotivo Works artlvod today. It carriea all tho latest lmprovouiouts aud will bo a Tiiluaulo auuitlnu to tno motlve power of thia company, Tho now locoino tive will be put lnto aervice at ouco ou the main llna. Geoige St'gnln returncd Monday oveuing from u few daya vitit in New York, whero bo witne-Kt-d tho huruing of tho Wlmlsor hotel. Hls brother Fellx oxpectB to bo inuHternd out of tbo Uuited Statoa aurvico ubout April 1 and ln tho moantlmn is en gaged ln prepariug an illustratod souveulr of tho Porto Klcuti campaigu, wblch he ls to placo ou f ale. A cow owned by Elam I'revost was killed Sunday by Dr. h. C. Wakelleld, and was found to be badly affected wlth tuhurculo ais. This cow bas been for two years In tho herd of inllkman liawrcnce. Siuco Mr. Prevost took her homo a few weoks ago be haa tued tbo tnllk iu hia famlly. It was ono of tho worat caaea seou by the votorlnary in a long timo, Beojuse of tho fact that Statoa Attorney Iloar ls eug4gf.d iu the trial of tho araon oasp, now ou ln Wathing'on couuty cutirl, it is prolmblo that the prolimiuary huarlng ln tho oase of Charlos Daherty, chargod wlth shootlug Fred Murpby ut Bolton Falla will agalu bo postponed. Tho beariug ls sot for ThurBilay morultig beforo Justlce J, A. llurlulgh at waterbury. The burulng out of a ohimnoy Tueeday in tho house ot Mosrs Fortll at the cor ner of Main and Whittier atreota wbb tho catiau of an alann from box 51 corner ot Main uud Fraukllu streeta. Tho several llro cumpaiiios responded, No. 4 hflng tb llrst at tho bciiuo but by tho tlmo It nrrlvi d tho blazlug chlmaey had hoeu suhduud so tho aorvicua of the llroiuen woro not requl- od. The atoro of II. B. Ayera at West Borlln, ln which was located tlio pnst-oAlco, was hurnoil butween ono nnd two o'clook Situr ilay tntirning Tho mnlland conteu'B of the postMjfllce wero mostly i-aved, but wlth the oxcpntlon of one show case. evervthlmr lu lnthestore was btirned, The llro caught ln an tinoccuplnd chatuhor ln which thore was no llro, atovo nor atovn plpo. It 1b thntight to be of Incendiary orlgln. Charlea II. Stdpman, as ailminNtrator of the oUato of Phllippo A. Dosrosch' rs, the Fronchman who waa killed Marcb 18, 1897, on tho tracka of the Montpelier and Wells Ulvt-r rallroad noar tho 8tn .Smlth place, has brougbt sult ngalnst tho rallroad oom piny tbrough Olllinalmm, Iltisn & IIow latnl, hH ttttorneys. Thu writ was orved upon the corapanj Friday ovunlng- It aets tho daruages at 88,000. Preparations aro cnmploled for tho tlls trlct meoting of tlio Kulghts of Pythlas, to ho held at Montpellnr ui'xt Thnrsday nvnn ing, Tho llrst rank will h workcd olthor by Montpoller or MarBhfltihl lodgo, and Barre lodgo will work the thlrd rank ln tbe long form. Tho baiiqiint that follnws tbe work nf tlio (ivonliig will !)) sorvt-d Iu the hall adJoltiltiR Grand Army ball, whero tho meetlng la to be hnld, A follow uami'd Berklcy mado hluHolf sn obnoxlotiB at tu entertaltitUMnt glvati Frl day fvonmg lu tho hall of St. Peter's Court, Cathollc O.'der of Foresters, that Uev. Father W. J. O'Sulllvan rehuked hlm from the Btage uud iuaistrd that ho dosist or loavo tho hall. Tho tnuddled imtivldtml sneaked out of the hall llko a whlppnd cur. Ho returned nnd althotigh hls luauuer was tnoro qulot It was prtlcularlv ofTi)tisivo to the youug ladles upon whom ho thrust bis attpntions. Clark D. Perrln of Barre, a brotlier of Charloa E. Porrln of thls clty dled Sa'urday uight at hia hnme in Bario, nged sixty-two years. Mr. Perrin had lom a resptcted cltlzon aud promlncnt faruior of Barre for niany years. He leaves a widow and flve children, four of whom aro near home and ono lu Chlcago. Ilts funeral was beld from tho church at Berlin Corner Tuesday afternoon ut ono o'clock. The burial was iu the cemetery at Berlin Corner. The annuat meetlng and electlon of olll ceraof the Baptist ladles' home and foreigu mtsslonary Bnclety was held 8unday even ing. Tbo oOlcera elected wero: Prealdent, Mrs. Auiy T. Hibbard; vice prealdent, Mrs. Ella F. Leland; Bccretary, Mrs. Myrtio E. 8hay; treaat rer, Miss Jenaie HopkinB; com mlttoo ou entortaiumon't, Misaes Ada Hutchins, Maud Crossett, Lona Colby; commttteo on work, Mrs. Ellza Crossett Mrs. Georgo Felt, MrB. E. S. Bard. Ralph Willey and Jamea Young went to Barre on Sunday evening by the teu o'clock car, and were unable to return because of thosuowon the trolley tracka nn'll two oclockthlB morning. On tho return trip their car was met at Benjiuiins by tho awooper car and the pasaengors wero trans ferred to this. Tho sweeper got down as far ns tbo O. H. More shed wben further progress waa blocked hy tho anow and tho fiasaengera were forced to walk the remalu ng dlstauce to tho clty. Wlth the openlng of tlo spring term at the Semlnary base ball practtce will be re aumed ln the cage until the campus la baro aud dry euough for use. Wblle many of lust year's toam wero in tbo graduatiug claas, couaiderablo promising material ia to be found among the new studenta and the conteat for many of tbe posllioua will be close. "Stick" Aldrlch who will he re membered liy many as a meiuber of tho Montpelier leaguo team several yeara ago, has been engagtd as coach and is expected to develop a atroug auiateur team. Fred Wilder of Northfield was tried in city court late Friday afternoon before Judge Smilie on tbo cbarge of lntoxication to which ho had proviously pleaded not gullty. Sberllt Gravea, Suprirtntendent T. E, Smlth, Comluctor Boss, Motorman Rea gan and Jallor Tracoy testitled that Wilder was uudor tho Influonce of Intoxicatiag liquor when ho nas arrested Thursday eveuiug. The ret-pondent omployed no counsel but testlUed ln bts own hehalf. Ho was adjudged gullty by Judge Smllle, aud tiued witb costs, 820 81, which he was glven tweuty-four hours to pay. Tho Mothoillat ladtes were oarly ln the field wlth now maple augar, uud thuir aup j er glven Friday evening ln tho vestry waa very llberally pitroulzed. At eight o'clock the people adjourutd to tho main audltor lum whoro Rev. Andrew Glllles delivc red au eloquent aud stlrrlug leeturo ou "Ver mont lu IVace and War." Ilis roferenco to tho part taken by Vermont troopa iu tho ("ivll war, and hls psroratiou ou Admlral Dewey were thrilllng word pictures, which any attompteil abstract would mar. A ploasing muslcal program waa reudered by Miss Fanulo W. Parmenier, vlolitilst, L. L, Leonard, cornetlst, Herhert S. Chapmiu, vocallst, wlth Mrj. J. B. Watermau at tho ptano. All hope that Misa Annotto Upbatn might have bHn out of tho clty at tho timo the Windsor Ilotel was burned lust Friday bas been abandoued. The lettor recelved Monday moruiuR by J. C. Houghtou, pub llahed laat oveuing, was convinclug proof that Mlaa Upham was ln the hotel that af ternoon, although the telegram recelved In thia clty Monday afternoon from Mrs. Shroeder to the effect that Miss Upbam ls aafo at G'ona Falla gavo fresb cause to bopo It waa all a dreadful mlstake. J. C. Iluugh ton and Rev. Dr. Norman Snaver receivod telegrama Monday evening from Dr. Bouils at Glena Falla atattng that MIbs Upbam is not thero. That sho perlahed Friday after noon is now almoat au ahsolute certalnty. Thero are but few more rebearaals In tbe courso of tho Phllbarmonla aoclety. 1'rog. ress haa boon very marked ln the propara tlon of tbe cantata"rho Daughtfrof Jai rua" for tbe Boclety'a flnal coucert which will probably take place the aecoud week lu April. A very good number were prea ont at tbo rehearaal Monday oyenlng dea nito tho aeverltv of the weather. Tho en- thualasm wlth which Prof. A. J. Phllllpa conducta tbe work ot rehearaal la conta gious, and improvement ls vory marked at eacb meetlng. The publlo cau rost aasured that a Bpienuiu eutertaiument ls in prep nratlon wblcb will be ln tho nature of a aur prise to many because of tho taleut that bas boen duveloped among tho membera of the aoclety from thia and aurroundlng towns. Tho annunl meetlng of tho Montpelier Puhlio Llbruiy Assoclation waa held Mon duy oveuing iu the roorna of tho Young luuu's uninuan Aaaociation. uoi. trnii i;. Btnith, the prealdent, was abseut aud Col, J. II. Lucla waa electod chalrmau, Tho re ports of the secretary, treaaurer und true tees woro read aud ordered rocorded, Tho old board of dlrectors wasreeltoted uauioly, Fred E. Bmltb, F. M. Corry, J. V. Baboock, Htephen Thomas, F. A, llowland, Mra. Florence Porter and Mrs. O. II Hnath. A coiiimnnloatiou waa recelved from Cant. Dwlght Kelton. asklng that cortaln books that haa been placed by hlm lu tho Ubrary, under a mlaappreheuslon, bo returned to hlm. Ilis requeat was erauted. Becauae of tho abenco of Col. Fied E. Smlth, the trustees ueiorren mo eiemion ol olllcers uu tll soiuo futuro tlmo. An itdjourumont was takeu BUbJuot to tho call of tho presldent. The followlug program will be glven at the ohlldren'a onuourt at tho Youug Meu's Chrlatlnu Asaoolatlon pymuaslum, nnxt Thuraduy afteruoou at throo o'clo k uud Friday ovenlug at elght o'clock: Plano boIo, Fred Huutinglou; Motlou songs. (a "Danoo, 11' tlo baby, dauco up lilsli." (t "Patacako," (o) "llfpnaty hop to tbo Ilarher B'ik'i," ( ') "Hopo.p,'' (0 "Thls ia tho Way tno ijuuu'b ttuio. i iiu ctiorua oi ono uuii dred I'lilh'ieu wlth di- Itecltutluu. "Ilod timi'," Margaret Pitkln, Gnodtileht tong, Ntciitgown uauioK. American crad oaoni! K"i' ta'Iun, "Tho Rjukahyo fjady fron Htishabjo Town," Evelyn Chlldsj Frenoh cradlo aong; Piano soln, Marlon hncei Bo hetnluu cradle songi Iuilian cradlo song; I'allan craille aong, aolo by Allco Stoddard; Gortnan cradlo sotig; Crudle aong, Fred Keigau; Swedlsh cradlo songj Norweglan cradlo Bong; "Tho Uttle Duslmau," setnl choruf by gytntinsium glrlaj RiihhUu cradlo sotig; Scotcb cradlo bour, aolo h? Catberine McNeil; Uetman cradlo aoug, Floronco Wheelock; Japaneso cradlo song! Ne;ro cradle Bong, colo bv Fred Whittier ; "A Winter Lullabyo," De lCovev, gjmnaslum glrla. A Caiid Wo, tho underslgned, do here hy agroo to refuud tho money on a 50 cent bottlo ol Greetio's Warranted Syrup of Tar if it falla to curo yotir cotigh or cold. Wo al so guarantoii n 25 ceut hottle to provo aatia factory or money refunded. W. E. Torrlll & Co , Clty. Colllns Blu'iely, Clty. H. A. Slade, Clty. Loater H.Greene, Clty. Two Jlonlpellcr i'coplc. Tho dreadful holocanst at. thn Wlmlonr hotol, Now York, Friday uflornoou, oomes very near to Montpelier people, ' Inasmuch us two persons from this clty woro In tho hotal whon tho llro broko out, ono of whom Is reported mlsaing, and tbo other !b Iu a hopltal, badly burned. Miss Aunetto Unhatn was snendlnr' tho winter there. as bas been hor nustnui for several jears. dho Is reportud among tho I111BB1I1L'. Her friendf havo cravo reason to fnar ihat. bIih ia lot. It waa her cnstom to lin down overy aftornoon betwten two aud fotir o'clock, and the supposltlon ls that ahe waa ln her room when thn llro broke out. Sho bid a rooin on tho alxth lloor, and oveu nau me ucon awane, ner ejei-lglitla very poor, and ahe would not havo been ablo tn qulckly roach a placo of safety, Had she been away from the hotel Friday af'emoon It ls belloved ahe would have made that fact known at once, as b)io would surely reallzo what would be the auxlety of her frlenda. J. 8. Vllea receivod a telegram thls morning from Dodge Keitb of Chicagu, enqulring for Misa Uphniu's safety. Mr. ivenu uas oeen at tno t'avlllon wlth MHs Upbam for sevoral summera. and knew her well. Wllllam F. Love. aon of Leonard Love. proprietor of tho Rlverslde, was ouo of the caslilera at tho Windsor. He was taken to tho hoanital badlv burned. Mr. Lovh r- celve.datelegram the next daystatiug that iiis uuii n resurig easny at tno nospital, anu that ho has no cause for alarm. Cashier Love'a handa wero badlv lacerated hv h h alldtng down a rope llro escape and he lu baled cntislilerable smoke. Misa Upbam was a dauchter of Senator Upham, ouo of Vormonl'B distinculihed repretontatlvea In tbe Natlonal Cougress, some two gonerationa ago. She was a als ter of Mrs. Georgo Langdon, who was prom lnont in Montpelier aocietv many years ago, and wbo llved ln the old Upham resldenco, now the home of C. H. More and familv. Miss Upham had a large ciicle of filends liero umong whom the tldlngs of her tragio death producea deep feeliniza of borror and grlef. The report publlabcd ln tho Free Press Monday that Mlsa Annette Upham waa belloved to ho at Glena Falls, N. Y , gave momentary rellef to tho anxltty of her friuuds in Montpelier, but tho impresslou booii forced itself upon them that the rumor must bo unfoundud. Miss Unhambad been at Dr. Bemis' Sanltarlum in Glena Falls for aeveral weeks, haviug bor eyes treated. More tban two weeka ago she requested that tho Watchman that had been golng to her at Glena Falls be sent to the Windsor Ilotel, Now York. About two weeks azo Mrs. 0. H. More recelved a letter fiom Miss Upham wrltten at tho Windsor after her return from Glens Falls, lu which Bhe said nothlng about goina back to theSauitariinn She may bave dono so, but It is extremely probablo that had ahe been safe at Glens Falla Bbe woulu havo made tunt fact known beforo tbia time. Wllllam F. Love. aon of Leonard Love of this clty, la reported us dolni nlcelv at the hospltal. Ho will coine to Montpelier as aoou as ho ia able to travel, H. J. IVar aon, a coubIii, who is clork at tbo Gilsey House, wroto Mr. Lovo Saturday that hls son ls couaidered out of danger, although nta injurtes are ot a very palnlul cliaracter. Ho waa terrlbly burned about tho f-tce, arma und head, and the backa of hls hauds wero bllsterod as he slld down tho rope, terrlbly laceratlng tho Insido of both hands. Mr. Lovo or hls wlfo 1U go to Now York and accompany the young man to Mont pelier us aoou as ho Is able to leave tho lios pital. When Miss Upham returned to tbe Wind sor Hotol about two weeks ago sho was reglstered as from Glen's Falls. Tho hotel reglster was sivod from tbo flre, and from thls probably started tho report thiH sho was at uiens Falls. Chlef of Police J. L. Tuttle recelved a telegram Monday from the Foston rost asklng t the report that Misa Upham la sale was true. Ho ri-plied that tho rumor Ia not conflrmed. J. C. Houghton recelved Mondav morulncr a letter wrltten Saturday oveuing in Nov York, a part of whlu i ia aa follows- "I went to call upon Mlsa Unbnui voster- day afternoon and when I reached tho hotel the llamea were buratinglrom the wlndows. From that moment wo havo huntcd uight and day. We havo vlalted ovory hosnital, every houso where the dead aud injured were, every hotel, overy police atatlon, and not the Bllgbtest traco of her can wo nnd I havo boen or aent to tho housea of all her frlonds here or they havo come to us, hop lng to flud her hert. I found to-day that Bhe expectod a friend to pass tho aftornoon and aee tho p rado wlth her. Thia friend I navo Been. uiie was lu aud could uot go. I havo tracod Mlas Unbam'a movemeuts yoBtorday up to ono o'clock. Wo fear tbo worst. Tbo ropes wero out of tho houae and wero safe." IT DOES CUItE. Du. Guddbn's RlIEUMATlO CritK. thn anuAT remedy for Rheumatism, Constipntion and Ileadache is !n liquid and pills. Price comploto 81.00. Special attention to mail ordera. If unable to get it of your druggist send toS. A. Howard, New Hampton, N. II, r or saie ny narry A, Cjlade, Montpelier. Advance Styles in Spring Garments 01 ivery detcription. Jackota, Capos, Sulta, Sllk Waista aud Skirta, now boing shown. Winter Jackets, 08 in number, at your own price. Silk Llned Jackot for 81 08. New Capes and Collarettes. 33 Col a-ettes from SI up. 12 Fur Cupos, Low Prices 30-lneh Coney Cnpea, 83 09. 30-iuch Astrakan Cape8,$3,08 A few IMuffa to clo8e nt 40c. TEMPLE-McCUEN CO., MONTPELIER, VT. i illiam W. 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To buy Firat Cliaa Maplo cSrup, put up in 1 quart aud 1 pint bottles. Stato color of bottle aud price delivered f. o. b., Moridt n, Conn. AdilrrBs LOUIS M. YOUNG, 4 Colouy Phce, Meriden, Conu, i t I April S First.